Kendell Mills, Campbells Law Firm in Cayman Islands
Kendell is a Partner in the BVI office. He was called to practice in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of the British Virgin Islands in 2006 and is a member of the BVI Bar Association. He received his Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of the West Indies, Barbados and his Legal Education Certificate from the Eugene Dupuch Law School in the Bahamas.

A former Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) Police Inspector, Kendell was appointed Deputy Registrar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the Virgin Islands, from where he retired in September 2013 as a public officer after 27 years’ service to the government of the British Virgin Islands.

As Deputy Registrar, he provided administrative support to the judicial arm of the Civil and Criminal Division of the High Court and also the Commercial Court in the Virgin Islands. He has extensive experience in the process of applications for probates and administration of estates, Court of Appeal and High Court procedures, and the service of foreign process.

During his tenure as a public officer, he was a member of various committees, including the Legal Aid Board, Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee, Law Reform Adaptation and Modification of Laws Committee.

Qualifications and admissions:

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of the West Indies
  • Legal Education Certificate, The Eugene Dupuch Law School
  • Attorney at Law, British Virgin Islands, 2006

Associations and clubs:

  • Rotary International
  • BVI Bar Association
  • Society Trusts and Estate Planning (STEP)
  • Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
  • International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)